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[#712|+39|20] [Discussion] New Csgo Lounge Betting System Update [/r/GlobalOffensiveTrade]

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With the new update on csgo lounge what are the best max bet skins?

Thanks for any responses :)
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What do you guys typically do when you get items which have a greater value on the steam market than they do on CSGO Lounge?

So I just won a Stattrak tec-9 Isaac minimal wear. It's worth 1.42 on CSGO Lounge, but it's worth 1.69 on the Steam Market. It seems to me I have two options.
  1. Wait for the price on CSGO Lounge to update so I can bet it for it's real value. Does anyone know how long this takes?
  2. Sell it on the Steam Market and buy something new which is valued correctly on CSGO Lounge.
What do you guys typically do?
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What's up with the csgolounge value?

Pretty much all of my skins are heavy undervalued, some even only have 50% of their market price as csgol value.
So first of all my question is, why are so many skins still undervalued? Is it still because of the vanguard release and the price drop?
2nd of all I want to know, if there is any chance that prices will get updated before this weekend or if I should just sell my skins and get some of the overvalued skins to bet on esea matches.
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CS:GO Emporium - a friend and I are making a better version of CS:GO Lounge

UPDATE: Thank you everyone for your support, criticism, and random passerby comments. This thread has really humbled us and have helped us straighten out a better structure. I am going to grab some dinner, code some more, and hopefully pass out before the sun rises again. Again, thank you for all the support, every comment was equally as appreciated!
Happy new years everyone!
EDIT: After many comments, emails, and hours, what do you guys think of making the entire site community made? A community project where players can submit their ideas and code for us to implement into the site?
strawpoll.me/3313594
Introduction
A friend and I have been pretty casual-hardcore CSGO players for a few years and we dabbled a little bit in CSGO Lounge's skin betting a little bit.
Both of us being programmers and designers as part of our school study and hobby, we have decided to take it upon ourselves to make csgoemporium.com, (another) new website that will primarily offer item betting.
We have spent the past 15 days planning out our model, setting up our servers and databases. Most of the backend (the bots) are finished and we are approximately halfway done coding the frontend. We are currently in development and expect to release a fully functional and secure beta in a week or two. We will be sure to make another announcement when this happens.
Why?
Why lie? We are essentially another copy of CSGO Lounge. However, after using their system for a couple weeks, having some spare time during winter break, and reading many complaints about CSGO Lounge, we have committed ourselves to contribute back to a community that has given us so much entertainment in the past.
What's Different?
If you have any comments or concerns, let us know in the comments and if you have any private matters, please feel free to email "[email protected]".
Thank you for reading and we wish you a happy new year and bet responsibly!
EDIT: The site is down because we do not plan to open any sort of public connections until we have finalized our security measures.
EDIT2: I just wanted to clarify we are not actually trying to "steal" traffic from Lounge. The title was a playful jab, not a witch hunt. Sorry for anyone offended.
EDIT3: We are getting so many emails that the two of us a swamped with them! Although we would like to reply to all of the emails, we simply don't have the time but rest assured that we are reading all of them! Again, we thank you for the supportive emails and the critical ones too!
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Lounge Updated

the following announcement is from the CSGO Lounge steam group http://steamcommunity.com/groups/csgolounge#announcements/detail/826786841974600170 :
CSGOLounge 2016 May Update ‪#‎Hype‬ :D
So, as some of you may have noticed, there's been a couple major updates at csgolounge.
First and most foremost, we've changed our drafting mechanism!
This means, everyone should now get their exact potential reward! (So there's NO LONGER underpays and winning nothing at all :) )
Secondly, we've increased the bet limit (from $300 to $500 - meaning we now have a $125 item limit) & we've added new betable skins to our betting pool!
However, we know a lot of people are still struggling to withdraw their returns. This is because almost 1/4 of our bots are currently offline and are undergoing maintenance. This process may take a quite a few more days to complete - but don't worry, your items are safe and awaiting your collection.
Sorry for the inconvenience... and we hope you will enjoy our updates!
More to come, soon™.
Thanks, CSGL Staff.
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Nostalgia Thoughts and feels on the game from a 3k+ hours player.

Hello /GlobalOffensive! I just want to say that this is my opinion and you can agree or disagree freely. Prepare for wall of text.
SO where do I start? Cs right now is dogsht. You cannot disagree with that. While other games like Fortnite even Pubg or Dota get updates new things like weapons dota has a Battle pass etc. In cs:go we dont get anything because valve is a total joke of a company. Lets look at dota: Dota gets new heroes updates balance changes Skins for the heroes UI skins Map skins Emotes A FING BATTLE PASS etc etc etc. Cs gets: maybe an update every 2-3 months that has a new case with skins so the kids can be happy and ask their mother for money to open cases? Maybe we get 5 sentence bug fix and a few changes here and there but nothing that matters that much? TOTAL JOKE. There is 0000000000000000 no not even 0 sry -1 progress in this game. Instead of valve fixing the game adding a new operation that will make players play the actual game not 3h of co-op vs bots. Instead of fixing all the stupid sht made for silver trashes they gives us new skins and ... a new ui... WOOOOOOO GAME IS GOOD GUYS LETS JUMP BACK IN. NO. |||||IMO||||| Screw the UI. The core gameplay is trash. Here are my reasons: 1. Jumping and moving accuracy - Cs used to be a game of skill and reaction time. Where game knowledge was key. Now you just buy pistol or smg and run like a ret*** and just jump around and shoot which is soo much fun. Its so much fun trying to enter a site and getting killed by some guy that u see only his shoulder and he just shoots u because a 500$ pistol is more accurate and stronger than a 2.7k$ weapon. THAT IS A TOTAL PARODY. And seeing people jump around with awps hitting shots and sh*t is horrendous. IMO movement accuracy and jumping accuracy should be nurfed to hell so people dont buy five sevens or mp7 or ump and just run around making themselves impossible to hit and at the same time landing every bullet because cs=Cod i guess.
  1. Valve doesnt care - The sound changes were and still are sh*t idc what anyone says i would instantly buy old sounds if i could.And when u have stuff like the r9 hackers running wild does it look like valve even cares? Dota gets all these cool things even SOURCE 2 and we get.. new ui... WOOOOOO WEEEEEE NICE VOLVO TOP NOTCH UPDATES FAM. Its embarrassing how gabe makes millions upon millions upon millions and the fat shrek looking mfker doesnt want to fix this game.
  2. Community and Pro Scene- I mean lets be honest if u are in the Eu region if u are not playing with 5 pre u are basically throwing a coin and if u its lands head u get 50/50 normal team but if it lands tails u get Ruskies polaks or w/e who dont know the colors in english but still yell at u when they are agent 0-0-7. Another thing that pisses me of when these trashes do 0 dmg with normal weapons and when they get a deagle or smg or five seven they just spray and hit random shots and kill you. Especially with the deagle. Its pathetic. The pro scene... its ... its dead lets be honest. I used to love it seeing all these team battle it out all these cool pro players and now when i go into hltv i see... what random nobodies. I used to love sitting in teamspeak with my friends watching Efrag or Gplay or whatever their name was at the time (you know the best Bulgarian team) just sitting betting in cs go lounge yelling at them watching what they do and how they do it. And then in the majors watching even better players and teams like EnvyUs LDLC Fnatic etc. Now everyone has gotten new players and all the cool players are ... just split up somewhere.. its just sad for me that i will never get those time of CSGO lounge back watching my team spamming "TAKE MY ENERGY NOT MY SKINS" and then winning betting more or keeping them it was .. it was a different time.
In Conclusion Valve really doesnt care. If they want to fix this game they can do so in a few hours. Just get the best and smartest players who know what this game is and supposed to be, put them in a room and ask them: OK GUYS HOW DOES WE FIX?? Like get summmit Shroud Olof Pasha everyone(Sry i cant listen them all), get like 10-15-20 who cares get them and ask them that question and they will do the job for you. After that release as many skins as u want ill gladly buy the case and open it if im playing the game. Instead we get people going to pubg and fortnite. Cs used to be a game about skill no ads no run and gun no bs just teamplay map and game knowledge, Game sense and reactions. Now its run and gun no progress no incentive to play the game. Instead Valve could at least gives us unranked 5v5 to practice or premade team v team ranked 5v5. OR AN OPERATION? They could make the operation mission to be: Play comp games play Dm games again not a 3h bot campaing. And dont make it short. Make it long and gives u more drops. U screwed up the trading anyway who cares let us have some fun and luck to get some skins you know. That way more people will come back and they will have something to progress to and play for. I reached global and im done with mm. I was done with it a long time ago. Now 90% of the time im on faceit at least there I have ranks to climb etc. Ohh and can we agree on something? There needs to be a season/rank reset and new ranks to be added. There just needs to be. And still while playing faceit I get hackers. How do i know they are hackers even tho I have anticheat and half the lobby does too?? Simple my friend has a hack too and when we are curious if they have a hack he just turns it on and sees him aiming at us from ct base and prefireing like crazy because he has wh. So not its not about getting gud.
Please valve do something. This was the best competitive FPS game and now it went to sh*t because u are lazy and dont wanna listen to the community or do anything! You dont even have to do much just fix running/jumping and gunning. Dont let people just spray the deagle and get lucky shots like its fortnite and there is bloom. PLEASE FIX THAT. PLease. And give us back the old awp movement speed. Just listen to the pros for once get them and ask them for help. They will fix the game for you and after that u will see cs go rise on top of dota in the steam stats. Players will come back and you can give us a reason to play mm.
With much love. A lost fan of your game that still plays from time to time and has spend too much time in your game.
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[PSA] Updated - An Advanced Guide in the World of Trading

This is quite long, so if you find it easier feel free to read the guide here

Introduction

Hey guys, my name is Transfer also know as the_only_luke. After a long long time of gathering information I have finally decided it is time to release my new guide - a more in depth guide on how to trade in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Hopefully I will cover every possible aspect of the trading life, from entrepreneurial skills all the way on how not to get scammed. I will post my recommendations and simple ways in order to become a successful trader.

A little about me

My name is Luke and I have been trading for over 1 year. I have managed to turn over an enormous profit and continuing to do so . I'm 18 year of age and live in the UK. After a couple of weeks of playing CS:GO I quite liked it and bought my very first skin, an AK-47 Redline FT. I had no intention in trading it or making tons of profit (or even knew i could trade), I just wanted it to have a cooler ak.
My friend introduced me to a betting site called csgolounge, that I found out (after a couple days) that you can trade on it. My first post was just a joke really, it was my ak redline for any m4 asiimov (BS/WW/FT). I then waited for over a week and eventually traded it for a m4 asiimov ww then traded the m4 for a gut safari mesh and traded all the way up to where I am now (feel free to check out my inv).
I have previously made a basic guide on how to trade but finally I have got around to writing an in depth one.
Some of you may know me for the team wallpapers I made on reddit:
If you have any questions feel free to comment below. If you would like to speak to me personally feel free to add me on steam (be sure to comment on my profile before adding me).

What is an Entrepreneur?

Let us begin with a definition "An entrepreneur is a person who sets up a business, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit"
Some people think of entrepreneurs as people who are willing to take risks that other people are not. Others define them as people who start and build successful businesses.
Taking the first of the two, the risk would be the money invested or the items that you have traded for. Taking the second of the two, success is measured by profit.
Regardless of how you define an "entrepreneur," one thing is certain: becoming a successful entrepreneur isn't easy... and hopefully this guide will help increase your chances of success.

Entrepreneurial Skills

I am able to identify the skills I believe are necessary in order to become successful. You may not need all these skills, however the more you have probably the easier it will be to turn over a profit.

Setting a Goal

Before entering the trading scene it would be a good idea to determine your goal. A goal is something that you hope to achieve by the end of trading. It could be a specific item or loadout, make money, or to just have fun and meet new people. No option is wrong, and no option is the best; it just comes down to you.

Common Websites

Investment

First things first, we are going to need to determine an investment. An investment is an item that is purchased with the hope that it will generate income or appreciate in the future. In an economic sense, an investment is the purchase of goods that are not consumed today but are used in the future to create wealth. In finance, an investment is a monetary asset purchased with the idea that the asset will provide income in the future or appreciate and be sold at a higher price. Obviously the more money you invest the easier it will to generate a reasonable profit.
If you are one of few people who were lucky to unbox something worth a lot then you can skip this step.
Once you have decided how much you want to invest you will need to decide what you will buy with the money. You can buy keys for $2.1 from people using paypal, or you can just decide to buy a starting skin/knife.

Useful Definitions

Trading

Buying - A good way to begin making profit it to buy items at quicksell prices. Quicksell means buying something for less than it's market value. Try to avoid paying the market price for any item unless it is a particular pattern on a knife. Don’t be impatient and keep your cool. If a seller won’t negotiate, shop around for other sellers of the same items. Usually people will quicksell items if your offering in pure keys. To determine the price of an item in keys simply divide it's market value by the price of keys in currency. For example, if an AWP Asiimov FT costs £28 and keys cost £1.7 then the market price of an AWP would be 16.5 Keys.
Selling - Try to sell your items around 1-5 keys more than you bought it for. Remember, if you attempt to sell for too much then you’re less likely to attract a buyer, especially if there’s a lot of the items you’re selling. If you struggle to sell an item reduce the selling price gradually down.

CSGOLounge

CS:GO Lounge is undeniably the most popular source for trading & betting.
Setting Up
First things first, we are going to have to log in. Csgolounge uses your steam login in order to gather your steamid, trade url, and current skins. To log in simply the "sign in through steam" button
To check that you are logging into the correct website & not a phishing link, just look up at the url and if it begins with HTTPS and/or contains a little padlock icon then you will be signing in securely through steam. like so
Once logged in, we will need to connect our "Steam Trade URL". We can do this by going to the "My Profile" tab and pressing "Steam Trade URL".
We then need to copy & paste our Trade URL into the designated section and press "Add URL"
Let's Begin Trading
Now that we have logged in it's time to begin trading. First we will need to choose an item we want to trade and then find items we want. We can do this simply by searching for items worth a little more than the market price of the item we want to trade. In this tutorial I will be trading my USP-S Orion FN ST.
To quickly check the value of an item I would recommend Steam Inventory Helper. It allows you to check the price of your item, or anyone else's directly from the inventory section.
Looking at the USP we can see it is worth £49.86 and I have used a Key worth £1.70 as a vector. A vector shows how much an item is worth in terms of another. By pressing the price, Steam Inventory Helper will link you to the item's steam market page. Here we can view the Sales Graph in order to determine whether or not our item is stable. Taking a look at the graph we can see that our item has a steady price ranging between £45-£50. It is worth noting that stattrak items, and BS/WW items usually have an unstable price due to their demand being lower than their better wears.
We then have to find items that we would like to trade our USP for. We can do this by ordering the csgo market by the lowest price and finding the USP in the list. An easy way to change the page is to edit the url. Simply change the "1" in "p1" to a higher number.
Once we have found the USP we just need to simply pick items worth a slightly higher amount
Now that we have found the items we want, we can head back over to csgolounge. By pressing the "Add Trade" tab we can now select our item and use the search bar on the right to find the items we want.
As you can see I have added a description to my trade. I have stated my B/O. Different people have different ways to determine their B/O, I tend to look at the market price and take a key or two away.
In order to see the price of the items, I am using an add on called Lounge Destroyer
Remember to bump your trades every 30 minutes or donate to csgolounge to unlock autobump (recommended)
Searching
Now that we have posted our trade(s) we can search for the items we want an offer people our item.
Simply press the "Search" tab and select an item you are looking for, then press search and you will find people looking to trade their item. For a more specific search you can also add your item to find people looking to trade for your item.

Quickselling

There is a lot of miscommunication with the term "quickselling" and hopefully I will try to clear it up. Most people believe a quicksell is determined by how low an item is priced below market price, usually believed to be 85%. If i reduce the price of an item enough so that demand will rise, then I am quickselling. You don't need to make something 85% to be a quicksell, aslong as it is below the price that the usual consumer is usually willing to pay then it will sell very fast. A good example is the AWP Asiimov FT, a very popular weapon. The AWP costs £29 and keys cost £1.7 then the market price of an AWP would be 16.5 Keys, however the usual asking price is 16k since that is the price the consumers are willing to pay. If someone were to sell the AWP for any lower then it will more than likely sell instantly.
Search up Price Elasticity if you want some more details.

Patience

When trading don't get attached to an item, always make profit. Constantly check market for fluctuations in prices that you can take advantage of. Patience, patience & more patience don't worry about having the same item for almost a week, good things come to those who wait. What really makes or breaks a trader is how long he is willing to wait for a deal. Some items may take time to sell, and that’s the hard truth.

Reputation

"Your reputation is vital for trading. Maybe not so much when you’re starting up but an absolute necessity when trading for higher value items. Don’t be afraid to ask for ‘+rep’ when you’ve completed a trade. Bear this in mind for the future if you’re starting out. Experienced traders will know this only too well. Be polite with fellow traders and stay on good terms regardless of the outcome of your trade. You never know if might meet the trader again and good friends are a major advantage when it comes to trading. Build up your reputation on your Steam Profile page comment section." copied from this tf2 guide

Common Scams & How to Stay Safe

Scams
A scam is when a Steam user convinces another user to make a deal (trade, gift or market transaction) under false pretenses. Scams usually involve deception in order to convince a user that they are getting a good or fair deal when in fact they are not. For more information on scams read the Steam Scam FAQ
The most Common Scams are:
Easiest Ways to Avoid Getting Scammed
You can check if someone is a marked scammer on SteamREP

Stay Safe

How to avoid Phishing Bots
When someone adds you you should check their profile is private, or if they have CSGO installed. If the profile is private, level between 0 to 3, or if it doesn't have CSGO, they are most probably a bot trying to steal your items and you should ignore/block it. These bots will usually send phishing links or try to get you to play in a tournament with them.
Steam Inventory Helper has an awesome feature to ignore/block invites below a certain level
Voice Comm Software / Join Our Tournament Team (Malware)
A user convinces you to install malware hidden in a voice communication, anti-cheat, or other type of software by claiming that they need you to install it so that you can play in a tournament.
Fake Steam Website (Malware)
A user wants to trade with you or wants you to be on their competitive team and sends you a link to a website that looks just like Steam. After you log in (providing the hijacker with your login name and password), you are either prompted to install malware disguised as a Steam update or malware is automatically installed onto your computer. Like previously stated, to check that you are logging into the correct website & not a phishing link, just look up at the url and if it begins with HTTPS and/or contains a little padlock icon then you will be signing in securely through steam. like so
Paypal/Steam Wallet Scams
Bots offer "Steam Wallet" funds for your items via a trade offer. There is no possible way to transfer Steam Wallet Money between users and this is 100% a scam.
Secure your Steam Account
"Ensure you have a strong complicated password securing your Steam Account and ensure it’s Steam Guard Enabled. Check your Steam Account Settings. An additional safeguard is to use an alternate email account from your day to day personal email. Create a new email account if necessary for use with your Steam Account and keep it private. Don’t use your real name or your gaming nickname for this account and again ensure you use a strong complicated password. Do not make this email address public especially within your Steam Profile or other gaming forums. In many cases hackers gain access to the email account associated with the Steam Account to change the account password so keeping your email account secret and secure is vitally important." copied from this tf2 guide
If you suspect there is a problem with your Steam account contact Steam Support immediately.

High Tier Items & Float Values

Determining the value of an item worth more than the market max ($400) can be tricky and time consuming. Here are common ways you can determine the value of your item:
High Tier Knives tend to have special Patterns that can change the value drastically. A very useful guide would be this one created by titaniumsack

Float Values

The Float Value is a number, mostly in decimals but sometimes in percentages. This number is from 0-1 / 0%-100%. This number tells you how good your weapon looks, if it has many scratches or not.
Float Wear
0.45 – 1.00 Battle-Scarred
0.37 – 0.45 Well-Worn
0.15 – 0.37 Field Tested
0.07 – 0.15 Minimal Wear
0.00 – 0.07 Factory New
The closer to 0 the better.
A really useful website used by almost every single trader is csgoexchange. If used correctly you will be able to determine the float and phase of an item. You are also able to see previous owners of an item and locate specific float skins.

Screenshots

In order to advertise your item, you will need to take screenshots. Screenshots enable a buyer to see what the item looks like ingame.
A growing fashion is the use of 4k Screenshots to show more detail in the images.
You can take 4k screenshots with an Nvidia GPU by following these steps:
You can take 4k screenshots with an AMD GPU by following these steps:
And simply copy-paste the images onto photoshop or any other photo editing software and mess around with the lighting, vibrance, blur etc. Asofnowyoudie made an awesome guide how to work with photoshop here
If you enjoyed the Guide then feel free to give it a Thumbs Up, Favourite & Share it with your friends. If you think I have missed anything, feel free to comment and I will try to add it in.
Comes to just under 3,500 words sooo yeah if you read it all, give yourself a pat on the back.
Transfer.
EDIT: added more information about scam attemps
EDIT 2: WOW, reddit gold?!?! What can I do with this stuff :O
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The Contraband Hype giveaway!

As some of you may know, the M4A4 | Griffin has had a DMCA report filed, and is the second skin to have a chance to become the second Contraband weapon skin in the game. If the DMCA goes through, I'll give away 3 StatTrak™ skins from my betting inventory! Otherwise, I'll give away one. I'll end this when the DMCA gets announced (assuming it's within the week). And Steam seems to be iffy, so I can't get through to CSGO Lounge. If a mod wants to contact me, send me a message on Reddit.
EDIT: Requirements! Nearly forgot, but everyone who entered prior to this update at 6:45 PM EST is exempt. All I want you to do is list the skin of your dreams!
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[PSA] Pocket trading guide

Hi!
This is a guide for both new and experienced traders alike. It will probably be more useful to newer traders as a reference point on where to start. This guide will not give specific price guidelines, but will give good pointers to make your own trading system.
So without further ado, lets get started:
Sections
1. Introduction
2. Resources (tools of trade). Manners
3. Trading- ways to make profit and little bit of math
4. Security-IMPORTANT
5. Extras-Dates to anticipate. Investing. Betting. Tiers
6. Final words
1. Introduction
If you want to start trading as a hobby, you are at the right place. If you want to make a living off it, well, I have to tell you few things-a very low amount of people make enough to make a living and it's very hard. Don't let that stop if you are determined, I am just saying:you've been warned.
Second point I want to bring up is-invest atleast 5$. Getting profit in trading is exponential-the more you have, the more you will profit. % of profit is somewhat constant on average.
Unfortunately, this also means that the less you have, the less you will profit. So if you start with 50 cents, you will be lucky to have a dollar in 2 weeks. And you could've probably earned 20$ at minimal wage in the time you've spend trading.
Also: no trader will tell you exactly what to buy. All traders, in one way or another, are a direct competition to each other. They might offer advice etc., but they won't tell you to "buy x item, it is bringing me good profit".
Last point-invest time in trading. At first, you will probably spend more time to familiarize yourself with the prices, but half an hour of intensive trading a day is enough later on. Maybe an hour on more important dates.
2. Resources (tools of trade). Manners
There are several sites you will want to bookmark and the start of your trading adventure to help you trade.
  1. This subreddit, obviously.
  2. csgolounge.com -biggest trading site there is for CS:GO items, you will spend a lot of time here.
  3. csgo.steamanalyst.com -you can track item prices here, sorted by days, average etc. Also, it can track your inventory value (for free).
  4. steamcompanion.com -this site is useful for tracking quantities of items, supply and demand. Like steamanalyst, it also has neat graphs.
  5. csgostash.com -this site has the all the items there are in game. It is also updated really fast. You will want to look here to see which item is in which collection and what items are there. Exceptionally useful when learning.
  6. steamcommunity.com/market/ -another place you will spend a lot of time. Steam community market, the place where you convert items to Steam wallet and vice-versa.
  7. csgo.exchange -this site is useful for instantly finding the float value of your weapons. This usually correlates to how "clean" your weapon is.
Now onto manners:
  • be polite-never insult people. If someone is being rude and you don't want to trade with him-add nickname "rude" and block communication+remove from friends
  • don't beg-self explanatory-no one wants to deal with beggars
  • never say "I'm sorry"-it's a sign of weakness, and saying that automatically makes you lose any leverage you had in haggling for item price. Say something neutral if you truly were a dick-"My apologizes", "I didn't see it" etc.
  • be ruthless-add 50 traders at the time on lounge. Is he asking for 6 keys, but you are offering 5? Go ahead, add him and offer him. The worst you can do is waste a bit of time. You "smell blood" and willingness to haggle down? Go ahead. But remember-DO NOT BE RUDE AND PUSHY. Do not lowball like a maniac-you will lose respect
3. Trading- ways to make profit and little bit of math
So you have 2-3 keys and want to trade? Good.
There are 2 most obvious way to profit:
1. Buy keys from steam market. Buy items for 80-84% of their market price, from people that don't want to wait for 7 day market ban. Sell on market. Profit. There are plenty of such deals, more so on lounge (in my experience). Just don't create quickbuy threads here. It's ok on lounge everybodyDoesIt
2. Buy keys on market. Buy an item for say X keys, sell for X keys+some adds. Rinse and repeat.
Both ways will net you in average 5-10% profit. This emphasizes my point-if you are to go by the first strategy and start with 50 cents-you would get 5 cents of profit weekly. Now if you were to start with 20, that's 2$ a week. 50$-5$. You get what I'm saying.
Now, just because I said that your average profit will be 5-10%, that doesn't mean you can't increase it. Every 5th-6th trade in my experience will be more than 10% profit. Sometimes you will get 50% profit! And sometimes 3%.
Math
If you started trading, you should've expected this. If you don't want to "waste time" setting up some basic, and I do mean basic excel sheets, doing some simple calculations (+,-,/,*,%)-leave.
Ok, I see you are still here. What you want to do for starters, is setup a simple excel sheet:
Price of keys you paid for.
Number of keys <> market price to break even. This means if you pay e.g. 5 keys at 2.35$ a key, you would have to sell that item for minimum of 13.50$ on market to break even or profit. How do you get this?
price of keys * number of keys you are paying for the item / 0.87 (steam tax)
Lets say you are getting started. You want to buy an item for 5 keys and sell on market for profit. Except you don't know the price of any item.
What do you do? You put in the following search parameters on Steam community market:
  • Game: CS:GO
  • Guns-Pistols, Rifles, SMG's, Sniper rifles. You don't want to select Shotguns and Machineguns, as they are particularly hard to sell
  • Normal and ST items-this is to filter souvenirs
  • sort the price by ascending
  • click the adress bar, press right arrow until you come to the end. You will notice a part saying "p=1". This is your page number. Enter a number, say 120, to get you to page 120. Look up the price, and then reduce or increase the page number until you get to items worth 5 keys.
NOTE: You HAVE care about the quantity of the item. Items with <50 means that they will take ages to sell, and that their price is extremely variable-meaning you are gambling. You don't want to do that. E.g. I bought a Desert eagle in FN condition, but the skin was so obscure that noone bought any during the weekend.
Trading is a 0-loss art. Meaning you don't want to lose money on any trade, except in 2, maybe 3 conditions:
  • you are upgrading. E.g. you are paying 2 with 2 of those obscure pistols for a AWP Asiimov, and losing 5% of your money for an extremely "sellable" skin-it's worth it
  • you are cutting losses-trading is fairly safe, but sometimes the prices will change unexpectedly and you will have to cut your losses. DO NOT "save the item" because it "might" go up. Every second you are holding onto your item, you are not making money. It might take months for you to break even
4. Security-IMPORTANT
READ THE SIDEBAR OF THIS REDDIT. READ IT AGAIN. AND AGAIN. This is your guide to survival. You DO NOT want to go through steam support to get your items back.
AGAIN. Read the guidelines. Lose 30 minutes of your life, so you don't have to lose 3 hours of your life later on trying to recover your lost items.
Never click on links. Do not "borrow an item to a friend". Do not "sell your item on market for a lot more than it's worth". If an offer is too good to be true-IT IS in 99.9% of cases.
Again. READ THE SIDEBAR.
5. Extras-Dates to anticipate. Investing. Betting. Tiers
Market is for the most part fairly stable. That means, daily fluctuations aside, that an AWP Asiimov is worth 60$ most of the time, or around that price.
However, there are some predictable dates when the market gets "unpredictable", and there are some unpredictable dates.
Predictable ones:
  • operations. Usually 1 month or so after the current one ends. Next operation on the date of me writing this (10.05.2015.) should come any week now-maybe even next week. Prices drop for most items when the operation hits. Why? People want to sell their items to buy operation pass.
  • tournaments. Less obvious-people buy skins to bet with before major tournaments-do note that due to market restriction, this happens 7 days BEFORE the tournament (the price rise), NOT at the beginning of the tournament. Also, prices tend to fall after the tournament (people selling winnings, lesser demand).
  • other-read the Steam subreddit. Read Global offensive subreddit. Valve might make some decisions, which directly impact prices, and you have to know these to be able to react. Most recent example is the 7 day sell ban-before you could buy an item on Steam market and sell immediately (but not trade for 7 days). Now you can't sell for 7 days either
Unpredictable ones:
  • Valve usually patches the game on Thursday. This means, that if you are concerned for the price of an item-you stay up late (if you are European) to be able to react quickly to the unpredictable update. Most recent example includes adding ability to trade up Stattrak weapons which increased the prices of lower tier ST weapons by 100-200%.
  • other-these you cannot predict. Probably no one can. Most recent example includes setting the $ to indonesian rupia exchange 100 times lower than it really is, making Indonesian rupia 100x more valuable than the american dollar.
Investing
All investments are speculative. The only "true" investment is M4A4 Howl, being the only truly discontinued skin in the game.
Other investments include, but are not limited to:
  • old cases being discontinued (the most recent example being OP Vanguard)-but be careful! Newer cases which have quantities of over 400 thousand will take A LOT of time to rise in price
  • weapons for older cases which drop very rarely-they are effectively discontinued like the Howl, but CAN come back in newer operations as drops unlike Howl. Example is Desert Eagle Blaze that as a result tanked from 60$ to around 20$.
Betting
Betting is really unsafe. It requires A LOT of learning, watching and a good gut. It is probably 5x more time consuming than trading and if you spend 5 hours a day, that still doesn't guarantee profit.
Why would you want to bet? While in trading your profit is 5-10% in average, by betting you can easily have profit of more than 20%.
Tiers
There are 2 main tiers of trading. Below knife and knife trading. That doesn't mean knife trading starts at 30$, the cost of cheapest knife. That means that profit margins are bigger in knife trading, due to items being unlisted on market most of the time, and only very informed people know the prices-because price guidelines are banned.
If you are starting, stick to "below knife" tier.
If you are feeling ballsy and want to invest 100$ to start knife trading, do an EXTENSIVE research.
6. Final words
That was the guide. I hope you've learned something from it. I mentioned that no trader gives advice on exactly which item to buy, but I will give you this tip: An operation is coming soon, likely next week. Key prices are expected to fall, so buy a few when it hits. You should make some money atleast.
IF THIS GUIDE OR PARTS OF IT VIOLATE RULES, MODS CAN MESSAGE ME AND I WILL REMOVE THEM PROMPTLY
Thank you for your time.
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I can teach you how to become an IGL!

I've been playing csgo since it came out (no prior cs knowledge) but since i started playing, i watched almost every single pro match that was live mainly because i was betting on lounge, but also to study what the pros do. I know theory on most if not all maps.
In no way am I going to say i'm a professional, nor say that I have the knowledge of a professional, but I do know enough to help you get started and get going. I can help with CT setups and rotations aswell as T defaults.
All my knowledge comes from: steel, dazed, and fallen. They all have great videos on youtube to help explain some theory.
Ask me about a map, and I'll help you out, just post here and i'll update every now and then.
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Newbie Wednesday (July 15, 2015) - Your weekly questions thread!

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Betting Advice
How to be a Successful CS:GO Bettor Betting 101
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LagerLV How to cash out!
IRageQuitHard The do's and don'ts of betting A Basic Guide to CS:GO Lounge Betting Basic/Essential Extensions for CS:GO Lounge How to buy more skins for CS:GO Lounge betting, cash out, and "properly max bet
flamedyr Comprehensive Guide to Profiting from Betting
Betting Related
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Newbie Tuesday (May 12th, 2015) - Your weekly questions thread!

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Betting Advice
How to be a Successful CS:GO Bettor Betting 101
Guides
Informative Guide by TheCynisist Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6
LagerLV How to cash out!
IRageQuitHard The do's and don'ts of betting A Basic Guide to CS:GO Lounge Betting Basic/Essential Extensions for CS:GO Lounge How to buy more skins for CS:GO Lounge betting, cash out, and "properly max bet
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How do I stop lossing skins all the time? Where to do betting research?
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Can we get an up to date thread full of good information sites?

Hey guys, as always there's new sites popping up all the time with regards to CSGO Betting.
I'd like to get an up to date list of good information sources, and I figured rather than compiling one for myself, I'd share what I've got and hopefully give/get some new resources with you guys.
I'd like to steer clear of premium betting groups/sites, though if you really want to post one and the mods are OK with it, feel free. I just ask that anything that is premium/payment requires, that you mark it accordingly.
OK, here's the links I use!
Site Quick Description
CSGOLounge Fairly obvious.
/csgobetting This subreddit, you're already here!
/GlobalOffensive The main CSGO subreddit, good for game and pro player information.
HLTV One of the best resources for everything CSGO.
CSGONuts Good for a quick look at previous matchups and map stats. Just remember to check for roster changes on HLTV or similar.
CSGO couch Similar to CSGONuts.
CSGopher A new one for me, so still getting acquainted.
CSGO Bet List of current matches on Lounge and links to CSGL/HLTV/Reddit
CSGL Match History Self explanatory.
CSOdds Tracks the odds of matches on Lounge.
ESEA Check team and player performance on ESEA. (HLTV is normaly better for ESEA Standings.
FaceIt Not the bets site, shows FaceIt Standings. (HLTV is normaly more up to date)
Cevo Check Cevo performances and Standings.
Pro Player Twitters Up to date list of all player twitter accounts. (keep an eye on the update date)
eSportLiveScore Good for live scores if you can't watch the streams. Also good for checking the odds on real money sites, which can be handy when compared against Lounge odds.
Here's a few useful buying/selling/trading sites.
Site Quick Description
OPSkins Buy and sell skins for real money. If you're cashing out a lot, the Premium membership is worthwhile to cut down on transaction fee's when selling. This was the first site I used to buy betting skins.
WOW!Skins Have used this site twice so far, buying keys and skins. Trades are manual but both times was quite fast.
BestSkinDeals This one has been vetted by the mods, haven't used it myself yet. More info.
CSGOShop Haven't used myself but have seen this site recommended on the sub multiple times.
Tradebot Elma, etc Useful for trading up smaller skins to larger, or vice-versa. Requires overpay that tbh I find confusing to calculate at times.
/csgotrading One of many CSGO Trading subreddits.
/csgotrades One of many CSGO Trading subreddits.
/csgotrade One of many CSGO Trading subreddits.
That's my bookmark folder emptied out, except for a few random spreadsheets and steam groups :) Anything that isn't premium/paid for, or obvious sway, will be added to the table!
Also feel free to correct/improve upon my descriptions and general English. I got a D at GCSE ...
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Newbie Tuesday (May 19th, 2015) - Your weekly questions thread!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Betting Advice
How to be a Successful CS:GO Bettor Betting 101
Guides
Informative Guide by TheCynisist Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6
LagerLV How to cash out!
IRageQuitHard The do's and don'ts of betting A Basic Guide to CS:GO Lounge Betting Basic/Essential Extensions for CS:GO Lounge How to buy more skins for CS:GO Lounge betting, cash out, and "properly max bet
Betting Related
How do I research? What does ICB mean? What's considered a Small/Medium/Big bet? How do I cash out? Why do people bet on high % teams?
How do I stop lossing skins all the time? Where to do betting research?
Counter-strike: Global Offensive Related
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LoungeDestroyer: Auto-betting now works again

http://www.reddit.com/loungedestroyecomments/2t3fmf/hotfix_autobetting_now_works_again/
After a bit of reverse-engineering, we've managed to fix Lounge's block of our auto-betting. The update fixing this (0.8.0.6) is currently being published by Google, and should arrive at your machine within the next few minutes.
If you're looking for more information on what this whole thing is about, read below.
The story:
For those of you looking for a run-down of the story:
The technical parts:
Since our auto-betting works from a background script, the requests weren't sent from csgo-/dota2lounge.com, but rather from the background page. When performing cross-domain POST requests, browsers include an HTTP header, showing the origin of the request - in our case the extension. Lounge checked this, and if it contained our extension ID, it quite simply returned "Try again in a few seconds.".
We've implemented a workaround for this, which also allows us to go full-on stealth mode, should they decide to block us in any other way. Happy betting!
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Mediocre Gamers vs. Team iBuyPower | 28.04.14 | 05:00 CET

Links: HLTV | CSGL | ESEA
Match Information
Date: 28th of April
Time: 05:00 CET
Tournament/League: ESEA Invite Season 16 North America
LAN/Online: Online
Maps: BO1 (de_inferno)
MG (Manajuma): dboorN, Irukandji, desi, shroud, minikerr
iBP: Skadoodle, swag, DaZeD, AZK, steel
EDIT (4/27 9pm PDT) According to the ESEA page, iBP has forfeited the match to MG due to multiple players being DDOS'd. Rules of CSGO Lounge state that in a FFW, regardless of conditions, the match will be closed and all bets will be returned.
That's depressing since while I did bet on iBP, I was hoping for a very intense match and the internet issues kept that from happening. Hopefully these two teams can play each other again in the near future without these issues.
EDIT 2 (4/27 9:15pm) According to megatr0nn 's post, "Just heard on RelyksOG stream that they are going to play the second half from 10-5 on a different server.. He said they may play tonight but not give out the server so to be on the look out for the score. Not sure if it's true, just relaying the info "
The HLTV page has been updated with the following statement: "* Due to internet issues for two of iBP's players the match was discontinued at half time and it is still unsure whether it will be resumed tonight or some other day."
EDIT 3 (4/27 10:15pm) It appears that the match has been restarted, and you can view the info on the ESEA match page here, or watch it here.
EDIT 4 (4/27 10:30pm) Match has been completed, 16-13 in favor of iBP. (1st half 10-5 in favor of MG on CT, 2nd half 11-3 in favor of iBP on CT.)
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Newbie Sunday (June 07, 2015) - Your weekly questions thread!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Betting Advice
How to be a Successful CS:GO Bettor Betting 101
Guides
Informative Guide by TheCynisist Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6
LagerLV How to cash out!
IRageQuitHard The do's and don'ts of betting A Basic Guide to CS:GO Lounge Betting Basic/Essential Extensions for CS:GO Lounge How to buy more skins for CS:GO Lounge betting, cash out, and "properly max bet
Betting Related
How do I research? What does ICB mean? What's considered a Small/Medium/Big bet? How do I cash out? Why do people bet on high % teams?
How do I stop lossing skins all the time? Where to do betting research?
Counter-strike: Global Offensive Related
Online vs LAN Veto Explained
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Why do I get offers from Dota2Lounge bots? Why doesn't CSGL add every match? Bot Status How to donate? What is CSGOLounge?
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Newbie Thursday (July 23, 2015) - Your weekly questions thread!

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Betting Advice
How to be a Successful CS:GO Bettor Betting 101
Guides
Informative Guide by TheCynisist Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6
LagerLV How to cash out!
IRageQuitHard The do's and don'ts of betting A Basic Guide to CS:GO Lounge Betting Basic/Essential Extensions for CS:GO Lounge How to buy more skins for CS:GO Lounge betting, cash out, and "properly max bet
flamedyr Comprehensive Guide to Profiting from Betting
Betting Related
How do I research? What does ICB mean? What's considered a Small/Medium/Big bet? How do I cash out? Why do people bet on high % teams?
How do I stop lossing skins all the time? Where to do betting research?
Counter-strike: Global Offensive Related
Online vs LAN Veto Explained
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Why do I get offers from Dota2Lounge bots? Why doesn't CSGL add every match? Bot Status How to donate? What is CSGOLounge?
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Newbie Saturday (July 11, 2015) - Your weekly questions thread!

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Betting Advice
How to be a Successful CS:GO Bettor Betting 101
Guides
Informative Guide by TheCynisist Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6
LagerLV How to cash out!
IRageQuitHard The do's and don'ts of betting A Basic Guide to CS:GO Lounge Betting Basic/Essential Extensions for CS:GO Lounge How to buy more skins for CS:GO Lounge betting, cash out, and "properly max bet
flamedyr Comprehensive Guide to Profiting from Betting
Betting Related
How do I research? What does ICB mean? What's considered a Small/Medium/Big bet? How do I cash out? Why do people bet on high % teams?
How do I stop lossing skins all the time? Where to do betting research?
Counter-strike: Global Offensive Related
Online vs LAN Veto Explained
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Newbie Friday (July 03, 2015) - Your weekly questions thread!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Betting Advice
How to be a Successful CS:GO Bettor Betting 101
Guides
Informative Guide by TheCynisist Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6
LagerLV How to cash out!
IRageQuitHard The do's and don'ts of betting A Basic Guide to CS:GO Lounge Betting Basic/Essential Extensions for CS:GO Lounge How to buy more skins for CS:GO Lounge betting, cash out, and "properly max bet
flamedyr Comprehensive Guide to Profiting from Betting
Betting Related
How do I research? What does ICB mean? What's considered a Small/Medium/Big bet? How do I cash out? Why do people bet on high % teams?
How do I stop lossing skins all the time? Where to do betting research?
Counter-strike: Global Offensive Related
Online vs LAN Veto Explained
CSGOLounge Related
Why do I get offers from Dota2Lounge bots? Why doesn't CSGL add every match? Bot Status How to donate? What is CSGOLounge?
How do I bet on CSGL? How long can I have my items on CSGOLounge? I have problems on CSGOLounge!
CSGOLounge video guides!
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Newbie Sunday (June 14, 2015) - Your weekly questions thread!

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Most importantly, we are not the official CS:GO Lounge subreddit nor do we operate under them. We cannot help you with problems such as (Wrong values, bot returns, bot status, incorrect returns, etc...)

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It doesn't matter if you're a newbie or a pro, ask a question and get answers! The community is here for you!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Betting Advice
How to be a Successful CS:GO Bettor Betting 101
Guides
Informative Guide by TheCynisist Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6
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